Welcome

uEytSnGI’m Paige Worley, a senior at Oklahoma State University studying multimedia journalism and strategic communications. My work is displayed on this website for your convenience.

I will graduate from OSU in May 2015. After graduation, I am interested in working for a public relations agency in Oklahoma or beyond. My proficiency in web design, Illustrator, Photoshop, Microsoft Office, iMovie, social media, AP Style and photography have the ability to fit many company’s needs.

I’m more than a business-casual college student, I’m a young professional; my work history strongly displays that. My professionalism for over two years as a Starbucks barista and a backpack reporter for The Daily O’Collegian have allowed me to maintain my employment and prosper.

I am the summer public relations intern for Saxum at it’s Tulsa, Oklahome, office. So far, I have worked with clients including the Tulsa Municipal Utility Authority, U.S. Cellular, Twin Eagle Resource Management, Petrosmith and Canary LLC. I have wrote press releases and edited a variety of copy before publication. My biggest assignment involved working with Senior Account Executive LouAnn Lissonnet and Saxum’s President Debbie Schramm on a brand audit report for an oil and gas company. Through this internship, I have discovered my love for working in an agency and my strengths in copywriting.

I am also a public relations intern for the International Ground Source Heat Pump Association. For this internship, I work on the quarterly publication, Geo Outlook, and have assisted with aspects of the annual national convention. I also have crafted monthly newsletters, managed social media and wrote news releases.

Every day I learn something from my mentor and supervisors that will assist me in my future professional career. These internships are a wonderful combination of vital working and learning experiences.

Recently, I was awarded the Eric Bost Memorial Scholarship, an award for excellence at The Daily O’Collegian. I am also happy to announce I am The Daily O’Collegian’s social media editor for the fall. I will continue reporting and taking photos for the publication during that time. As the social media editor next semester, I plan to take the publication’s online presence to the next level.

I take the time to understand every business and association I’m affiliated with, and adapt my skills to satisfy its needs.  I understand every company and organization is unique, and I can bring a creative, useful perspective to your round table.

“I will prepare and one day my chance will come.” -Abraham Lincoln